Houston Insufficient Nursing Home Supervision Attorney

Receiving a call from the nursing home informing you that your family member has wandered off is not only worrying, but also infuriating. Nursing homes have a responsibility to keep your loved one safe. Allowing this person to leave the premises unattended is negligent behavior. If you are dealing with insufficient nursing home supervision of a family member, talk to our lawyers.

Exceptional Representation, Respect for You and Your Loved One

Tommy Hastings and his team at Hastings Law Firm P.C. handle nursing home abuse claims for families all over Texas. They have successfully obtained millions of dollars for clients who are dealing with negligence regarding their loved one’s care. Tommy Hastings is a board-certified attorney for personal injury and has more than a decade of experience in medical malpractice.

We all get to know your family and your situation. This friendly, welcoming attitude is not just about good customer service. It also helps us think differently about your case. Getting to know you and caring about you and your family more make us want to fight harder for your cause.

Inattention Can Lead To Serious Consequences

Nursing homes are notoriously understaffed and pile the work onto the employees they do have. Because of this, patients are frequently left alone for extended periods of time, allowing them to “elope” or wander off. For patients with Alzheimer’s, dementia or other memory issues, this can be especially dangerous as they may not know how to get back, where they are or even who they are.

You pay the nursing home to keep track of and care for your loved one. When it fails in its job, it needs to be held accountable. We will pursue justice and fair compensation for you and your family member. Holding the nursing home accountable may potentially prevent this situation from happening to another family in the future.

Contact Our Texas Nursing Home Elopement Lawyers About Your Situation

The lawyers at The Hastings Law Firm are experts in representing families and patients of negligence and malpractice across Texas. Elderly care residents who have been neglected, abused or mistreated are among the most defenseless of our clients, and we work tirelessly to ensure that their rights are defended and they receive the justice they deserve. By holding those responsible, accountable for their actions you can deliver a vital message that nursing home abuse or neglect is not acceptable. Call today at 281-466-1396 or write to us on the web to schedule your free consultation. We will begin with a complimentary case examination where we can explore the crucial factors in your potential lawsuit and help you understand your rights. We take most cases on contingency fee, meaning our clients spend nothing out of pocket for us to carry out their lawsuit.